A special event called Unseen. Concert in the Dark will host editions in Brasov and Timisoara later this month, giving classical music fans the opportunity to hear Beethoven, Mozart and Liszt in complete darkness.
Romanian-born pianist Florian Mitrea, who made his Carnegie Hall debut and is now professor at the Royal Academy of Music in London, will perform in total darkness in the Philharmonic in Brasov and Timisoara, News.ro reported.
Metamorface, a contemporary art installation sung by electronic artist Sebastian Florea, about photos that turn into sounds and pixels that turn into waves, will complete the experience. In addition, at the end of each concert, the audience is invited to take part in a free discussion with the artists and other spectators.
The recitals are planned for October 22nd and 23rd in Brasov and October 25th in Timisoara. Tickets cost 60 RON and can be bought online at Iabilet.ro. More details can be found here.
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